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rubenbevar

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a7 manual wanted
« on: 28.11. 2009 03:40 »
i have an 1949 a7 can someone send my a manual

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Re: a7 manual wanted
« Reply #1 on: 28.11. 2009 19:06 »
G'day Ruben, welcome. Haynes manuals are fairly cheap and a reasonable workshop reference. Although not entirely accurate. Lots of info on site eg http://www.a7a10.net/instruction.htm . Anything else just ask, there is no such thing as a stupid question and only a few stupid answers.
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Re: a7 manual wanted
« Reply #2 on: 28.11. 2009 19:27 »
BSA did not print a manual for your bike but rather separate service sheets to cover various jobs that they deemed suitable for the home mechanic capable of doing.
Haycraft rearranged them into a book form called "the book of the BSA twin" published by Pitman press.
You can get complete sets of these on CD from almost anywhere.
For day to day stuff like lubeing  & adjusting the carb, etc you need to get a copy of the rides handbook also available on cd from almost every where
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Re: a7 manual wanted
« Reply #3 on: 29.11. 2009 09:49 »
This may be useful, mostly rehashed service sheets http://www.bsawiki.co.uk/index.php?title=Chapter_list
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Re: a7 manual wanted
« Reply #4 on: 01.12. 2009 02:54 »
 *smile* a lot of thanks to all of your that answer my question. i´m very please with what i found i can not buy any of the books or cd that you tell my because i live on cuba (i´m sorry if my english it´s not very good) any way thanks again to  all of you

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Re: a7 manual wanted
« Reply #5 on: 01.12. 2009 14:24 »
Hello to Cuba ! And as Lj writes here, photos of the bike in it's country are very welcome ( post a new topic in bikes-pictures), the story of how the bike came to Cuba would be nice to read.
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Re: a7 manual wanted
« Reply #6 on: 01.12. 2009 14:42 »
Hi rubenbevar
Your English is fine - Welcome

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